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  • Split-second subject changes were a Noelle Tremain trademark.

    Ecstasy in Darkness

  • Microexpressions: Split-second facial expressions that portray various emotions despair, fear or anger.

    Wary Investors Turn to Lie Pros

  • Split-second subject changes were a Noelle Tremain trademark.

    Ecstasy in Darkness

  • Split-second, life-and-death decisions are being made by people who are half a world away looking at the battlefield through laptops and computer screens.

    Laura Colarusso: Military Drones and the Ethics of Warfare

  • Split-second decisions to save a high-value terrorist target.

    CNN Transcript Jun 21, 2007

  • Split-second judgments that affect your career, your wallets, even your relationships.

    CNN Transcript May 6, 2005

  • Split-second blurs of hirsute face flashed across the screen then faded to black before they could be processed mentally; the bikers had turned their backs to the camera.

    Over the Edge

  • Split-second blurs of hirsute face flashed across the screen then faded to black before they could be processed mentally; the bikers had turned their backs to the camera.

    Over the Edge

  • Split-second blurs of hirsute face flashed across the screen then faded to black before they could be processed mentally; the bikers had turned their backs to the camera.

    Over the Edge

  • Split-second assessments are made frequently, of course, which is why a supervisor is required to monitor the chase and call it off if that seems the more reasonable option.

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